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Houtan Station

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Houtan Station

Houtan Station (simplified Chinese: 后滩站; traditional Chinese: 後灘站; pinyin: Hòutān Zhàn), formerly Pujiang Yaohua Station, is a station on Line 7 of the Shanghai Metro. It opened in April 2010, much later than the rest of the stations on the line.

The station is located in Pudong New Area and was one of the stations part of the Expo 2010 zone.

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